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Russian helo Sudan source Ria Novisti

 

PRETORIA, 19 septembre - RIA Novosti

 

Un centre régional de maintenance d'hélicoptères russes militaires et civils sera créé au cours de l'année à Johannesburg, en Afrique du Sud, a annoncé mercredi à RIA Novosti le directeur général du holding "Hélicoptères de Russie", Dmitri Petrov.

 

"Nous venons de signer un contrat de cinq ans qui prévoit la création dans cette région d'un centre de maintenance d'hélicoptères russes. Il s'agit tant d'hélicoptères des années 1960 que d'appareils modernes. On en compte en tout plus de 500 dans la région", a déclaré M.Petrov juste après la signature du document avec une grosse compagnie sud-africaine de logistique militaire lors de l'exposition d'armements Africa Aerospace Defence (AAD) 2012 à Pretoria.

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